TSN: Bobby Mac's list

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Based on Mackenzie's list who should the Habs draft. Picks 15 to 19.

  1. Philip Broberg

    36.4%
  2. Moritz Seider

    22.1%
  3. Thomas Harley

    8.3%
  4. Cam York

    19.8%
  5. Raphael Lavoie

    3.2%
  6. Someone lower on the list

    4.1%
  7. Trade Pick

    6.0%
  1. superstar436

    superstar436 Registered User

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    can you guarantee me today that 4 yrs from now

    1- carey will still be interested in playing here

    2- carey will still be healthy enought to play 55 games per year

    3- carey will play as good as hehasbeen for last 10 yrs


    if you can't, most probably bcz of his age, then you should start looking to fill that position in 4 yrs.
     
  2. MD thaivuN

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    has obvious upper-end athletic talent with his very good mobility, agility & speed at his size, has good vision and IQ. There's more than enough tools to believe that there's more offense to his game once he gets more ice-time at the pro-level. He's got the same upside as Broberg, but with already a better floor. At worst, he'll be a good transition-first D if he can't find offense in the O-zone. Smart highly athletic talent don't grow on trees.
     
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    The same was said about Price. But certainly, the next 2 years are crucial for any goaltender.
     
  4. BJCOLLINS

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    We have as close to a blue chip G prospect that a team could have with Cayden Primeau. He’s 19 and we’ll probably be a starter some day. So I would pass on the Knight kid.
     
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  5. montreal

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    The problem with taking a goalie at 15 is that it likely means you end up trading Primeau or Knight and goalies don't seem to have as much trade value.
     
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    imagine this board if we pick Knight...

    YIKES...
     
  7. Runner77

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    It would be totally "off the reservation."
     
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  8. montreal

    montreal Go Habs Go

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    it would likely be worse then '05, and that was one of the worst draft day threads I have seen at HF and I have been in everyone since '01.
     
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    I think they should take a goalie in the draft, but later..

    Samuel Hlavaj
    Taylor Gauthier
    Colten Ellis
    Hugo Alnefelt

    All great options. I like Nolan Maier, too.
     
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    1. Yes he will, can't imagine what it would take for him to want out after all the **** he put up with over the years.

    2. Maybe not

    3. Maybe not

    But I wouldn't say the likelihood of Knight becoming a star #1 goalie are any better than the odds of 2&3 happening. Plus we already have Primeau in the system and we can still draft goalies, just not with our 1st-round pick.

    Great goalies are picked in the later rounds all the time. We have 3 4th-rounders this year, we could easily use one of those if management feels like goalie prospects are still a position of need.
     
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    What's Broberg's biggest weakness?
     
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    I would try for a talented forward. You can find defensemen in later rounds.
     
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    Hockey IQ is a question mark.

    Right now, the majority of his offense vs. his peers, are plays that simply don't work at the NHL level I.E. he rushes end to end and then beats a goalie unscreened from distance. When he played against men and his physical advantage was nullified, he struggled to produce.
     
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    You can’t guarantee that from any player, come on.....
     
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    If that's the case I would definitely pass on Broberg. Especially for a defenceman, I think Hockey IQ is the most important trait. Don't want another Beaulieu.
     
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    1. Seider
    2. York
    3. Harley

    Broberg has too many red flags
     
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    On defense
    if I made the selection.

    Harley
    Heinola
    Broberg
    York

    I like Harley. Monster of a shot, skates well and late birthday


    I don't want Seider (RD) and I don't think York has that much upside.
     
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    Laughable statement...

    Well well, another one...

    Its not limited, thats only a bit raw, he is a beautiful skater, stickhandler, passer and men crusher, he only need to learn a bit from better players, in a more talended league... Insane IQ and upside... Im a big Broberg fan, but Seider can become something even more special...
     
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    I'm pretty split between Seider and Heinola, but I hope we get one of them. Who cares if Seider is a RHD? Despite Chevy's evidently horrific negotiating skills, RHDs are still incredibly valuable.
     
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    His ability to impress @Mrb1p lol
     
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    That's some high praise. I'm not well informed on the 2019 draft class, as I've taken somewhat of a hiatus from hockey and these boards since the Habs' last game.

    How is his shot?
     
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    I feel the same way, a toss between those two. Seider is most probably the best of the bunch, but we don't need rhd as much.
     
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    He impressed the **** out of me at the Hlinka, I thought he could be a hell of a player, but he never shown anything more than the dumb rushes he did.
     
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    We will need a good winger in the next couple season. Those prospect will probably not be NHL ready by then. No one knows what the team needs will be in 4-5 years. MTL has to select the BPA, and it happens to be that most of the candidates that might be elligible at 15 are D
     

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